Reader offer: An evening with Chavín Jewellery

La Brasserie to host an evening trunk show and cocktails with Chavín Jewellery on Monday 20th April

 

On Monday 20th April, Suzie Cooke and Millie Dean are hosting an evening trunk show with the Peruvian jewellery brand Chavín at La Brasserie in South Kensington.

 

Readers of The Steeple Times will be offered a complimentary welcome cocktail of their choice made by La Brasserie’s Alex Flores on arrival whilst Chavín Jewellery are giving a 15% discount on all purchases made on the night.

 

Chavín Jewellery
Personality Nancy Dell’Olio, actor Lyndon Ogbourne and musician Lettice Rowbotham in Chavín Jewellery at La Brasserie

Chavín Jewellery
Chavín will offer jewellery including bracelets, earrings, necklaces pendants and rings at a 15% discount on the night

 

The event runs from 6pm to 8pm and readers wishing to attend should email Suzie Cooke on suelcooke@hotmail.com to confirm their attendance before 12 noon on Monday 20th April. A guest list will be in operation and only confirmed names will be allowed entry.

 

La Brasserie, 272 Brompton Road, SW3 2AW. Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7581 3089.

 

 

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